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Aug 16, 2021

The inspired Luke begins the book of Acts with this statement: “The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach.” Notice the order: “do and teach.” Too many today have reversed that order. They begin to teach before they begin to do. But what does the Bible say?

Aug 9, 2021

Can we forgive someone who has not repented and still be pleasing to God? We are to forgive as God forgives...but how does He do that? Is repentance conditional on something else? What does the Bible say?

Aug 2, 2021

I'm sure you've heard about the Seven Wonders of the World (probably in your early school years)...but I think it would more beneficial for us to study, "Seven Blunders of the Word," and how they keep so many people away from a right relationship with God. What does the Bible say?

Jul 26, 2021

At his most successful, the Devil’s subjects march obliviously to destruction, and take as many with them as they can. Satan has a lot of devices. But for now, we’ll look at three of them...which is the topic of today’s podcast -- “Three Things the Devil Wants to Do.”

Jul 19, 2021

The writer of Psalm 8 asked God, "What is man, that thou art mindful of him?" It is vital to have a clear understand of the nature of man and the nature of God, in order to have a correct concept Christianity. What does the Bible say?

Jul 12, 2021

The apostle Paul said, "In this life we groan, being burdened." And how true that is. We all have burdens...but how should we handle them? What does the Bible say?

Jul 5, 2021

The Bible has much to say regarding the future judgment, including the fact that it is certain and that it will be final. But in Matthew 25:41-46, the words of our Lord to people on his left hand are among the saddest that anyone could hear. Words like “cursed”, “eternal fire”, and “prepared for the devil and his angels”. Why were those people on the left condemned by Jesus? It may not be for what you think. What does the Bible say?

Jun 28, 2021

During the first Lord's Supper, Jesus told His apostles, "This do in remembrance of me." To truly remember Jesus is the most important responsibility of our lives. What does the Bible say regarding this vitally important responsibility?

Jun 21, 2021

The Scriptures tell us that the Holy Spirit converts a person from an unsaved condition to a saved one. But, how does He do it? Does He act directly on the heart of that person, causing him to be saved at that instant? Or, does He do it by some other method? What does the Bible say?

Jun 14, 2021

Most of the denominational world believes that Christ will come back to reign a thousand years on earth before the end of the word...and they'll quote Revelation 20:1-8 to prove this theory. But, does the Bible really teach that? What does Revelation 20:1-8 mean?

Jun 7, 2021

The most important questions anyone could ask are, "What must I to be saved?" and "What must I do to KEEP saved?" In this episode, we'll examine the second question...and go to the Bible for the answers.

May 31, 2021

We have an account in the Bible of many of Jesus’ disciples rejecting His teachings and walking away from Him, claiming that what He had told them was unacceptable. Why would they do that? Some people today do the same thing...and the same question remains. We’re going to examine this and try to find some answers in today’s GOD’S EVERLASTING WORD podcast: “Why They Go Back.”

May 24, 2021

In Luke 23, verses 33 and 34, we read, "And where they were come to the place, which is called Calvary, there they crucified him, and the malefactors, one on the right hand, and the other on the left. Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. " I used this particular passage to call attention something that we should understand and appreciate...and that is our need of forgiveness.

May 17, 2021

In Acts chapter 8, verses 26-39, we have the story of a man from Ethiopia, who had been to Jerusalem to worship God, and, as he was returning home, was reading from the scriptures. That’s when Philip came up to him and asked him, “Understandeth thou what thou readest?” You know, to read the Bible is important...but to understand what we read is more important -- which is also the topic of today’s episode.

May 10, 2021

In Psalm 119, the psalmist wrote, "I thought..." And in like manner, we should do the same; but, we need to be sure that our thinking is right, so that our thoughts coincide with God's will.

May 3, 2021

Far too often preachers hear the question, "Preacher, do I have to do it?" Well, there are some things that we DO have to...and there are things that we DON'T have to do. What does the Bible say?

Apr 26, 2021

Most things worth having cost something...like our homes, or cars and trucks. But what about our salvation? Does it cost something? What does the Bible say?

Apr 26, 2021

Most things worth having cost something...like our homes, or cars and trucks. But what about our salvation? Does it cost something? What does the Bible say?

Apr 19, 2021

Things that are in the New Testament now will there at the Judgment, and, whether we do them or not while we're alive, we shall be judged by them we we stand before the Lord on that last great day. Are we ready? How can we know? What does the Bible say?

Apr 12, 2021

If Ephesians 4:1-6 teaches us anything, it’s that the people of God are to stand together in unity. And yet, there is religious division all over the world today...which raises an important question: “Why is it necessary to have so many denominational bodies in the world?" Why is it necessary to have so many divisions, religiously speaking? Is it right or wrong? What does the Bible say?

Apr 5, 2021

Today’s lesson is from the teachings of Jesus in the 15th chapter of Luke, where we find three parables regarding the tragedy of carelessness, the tragedy of uselessness, the tragedy of willfulness, and the tragedy of bitterness. And they’re all related to today’s episode, as we study, “The Tragedy of Being Lost.”

Mar 29, 2021

In First Corinthians, chapter sixteen, we have the account of the apostle Paul delivering his final exhortation to the church in Corinth, and, in verse 13, he told them to, "Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong." I call your attention to the phrase, "Stand fast in the faith," because that is something we’re needing more and more of as the years go by...and it’s also the topic of today’s podcast.

Mar 22, 2021

Usually, the last words a person says are regarded as important…and if they come from loved ones, very dear. In the Bible, we read of the last words of Joshua, found in Josh. 24:15…the last words of David are found in First Kings 2:1-3…we can also read the last words of the apostle Paul, over in Second Timothy 4:6-8. But today's lesson is about the last words ever spoken by Jesus, and why they are so very, VERY important.

Mar 15, 2021

Life is a land of hills and valleys. There are times in our lives when we are walking through the valleys...those places into which all of us go, sooner or later, and which we must come out of, in order to find life to be as bountiful as God has promised that it can be. There are no exceptions to the rule that people must walk through these valleys. And that’s what we're talking about in today’s GOD’S EVERLASTING WORD podcast, with some thoughts that are significant and true concerning “The Valleys of Life.”

Mar 8, 2021

There are thousands of Christians scattered throughout the world today. Some of them are filling places of importance in the Lord’s kingdom. Others are just sitting idly by. What makes the difference? What does the Bible say?

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